Hey scrappers! Today is Lori Whitlock's April Blog Hop and my blog is the first stop on the hop so, be sure to hop back over to Lori's site too because she has a sale, a giveaway and an awesome freebie for you!
my project, I decided to make a card for all the golf enthusiasts out there! My husband loves to play and with the weather warming up and us moving to a golf course soon ... I thought this would be a fun card to make!
I used one of Lori's awesome cutting files called Shadow Box Card Golf Card and some simple Bazzill cardstock. (Cutting file & product links below.)
I love this card! It would be great for a birthday, Mother's Day or Fathers Day. I think, anyone who's a golfer would appreciate this. And ... there's plenty of room on the back side to write a message.
This tee-rific little card folds flat so you can send it in an envelope or ... store in safely in a scrapbook along side those golfing or birthday photos!
There are more fun, inspiring projects to see today so be sure to hop to each blog! Your next stop today is Kathy's site!
Blog Hop Order:
Your next stop: Kathy Skou
While you're hopping through the creative team's fun projects, don't forget about the other great things Lori has for you today!
Below are the products links so that you can make this cute Shadow Box Card Golf Card too! Have fun!!
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Awesome shadowbox card!ReplyDelete
Have a great day!
This card is so fun. I can't wait to make it for our Pastor on Pastor Appreciation DayReplyDelete
super cute! Love your style and all that you do! thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Like the dimension. Watched the Masters Golf Tournament this past weekend.ReplyDelete
Traci this is fabulous - my hubby would like this!ReplyDelete
Such a fun card! Beautiful work, Traci!ReplyDelete
loving the shadow box cards - well done!ReplyDelete